Transfer Photos, Music, Videos and More from iPad to Samsung

Intend to transfer photos, music, videos and more from your iPad to a new Samsung phone or tablet that you have purchased, like Samsung Note 8? How can you achieve it? The first tool that flashes your mind may be iTunes, because iTunes allows you to transfer purchased music and videos back to it. What about the non-purchased ones grabbed from other resources? What if you also want to transfer photos, contacts, and even apps? Get stuck? Don't worry, Here comes the resource center which provides you many solutions to achieve the iPad to Samsung transfer. You can also transfer data from iPad to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 easily.

Solution 1: How to Transfer Data from iPad to Samsung with dr.fone

As for data transfer between different devices, dr.fone - Switch is a very good choice. It can enable you to easily transfer your phone data between different device operation systems without losing data. It can transfer all data from iPad to Samsung directly, including music, photos, videos etc.

dr.fone - Switch

Transfer Photos, Music, Videos and More from iPad to Samsung

  • Easily transfer photos, videos, calendar, contacts, messages and music from iPad to Samsung.
  • Enable to transfer from HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and more to iPhone X/8/7S/7/6S/6 (Plus)/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS.
  • Works perfectly with Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, Nokia and more smartphones and tablets.
  • Fully compatible with major providers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.
  • Fully compatible with iOS 11 and Android 8.0
  • Fully compatible with Windows 10 and Mac 10.13.
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Steps to transfer data from iPad to Samsung by dr.fone

Step 1. Download and install dr.fone

First of all, launch dr.fone and connect your iPad and Samsung to the computer.Then dr.fone window comes out, on which you can click Switch to show the iPad to Samsung transfer window.

Transfer from iPad to Samsung - select device mode

Step 2. Connect Your iPad and Samsung Device to the Computer

Connect your iPad and Samsung to the computer. dr.fone will detect them automatically and display them in the window.

Transfer from iPad to Samsung - connect devices to computer

Step 3. Switch iPad to Samsung

All supported data are ticked. Click "Start Transfer" to begin the data transfer. A progress bar in the pop-up dialog tells you the percentage of the data transfer. When the data transfer finishes, all the iPad data will be shown on your Samsung device.

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Solution 2: How to Move Media from iPad to Samsung with iTunes

Step 1. Launch iTunes and click Store.

Step 2. In the pull-down menu, choose Authorize This Computer… In the pop-up dialog, fill in your Apple ID and password that you use to purchase music and video.

Step 3. Click Edit > References… > Advanced > tick Keep iTunes media folder organized and Copy files to iTunes media folder when adding to library.

Step 4. Plug in the Apple USB cable to connect your iPad to the computer. After a while, your iPad will be shown under DEVICES.

Step 5. Right click your iPad and a drop-down list comes out. Select Transfer Purchases. Then, wait until the transfer process ends.

Step 6. On the computer, navigate to the iTunes media folder saved on: C:UsersAdministratorMusiciTunesiTunes Media. All media files purchased and downloaded from iTunes are saved there.

Step 7. Connect your Samsung phone or tablet to the computer by using a USB cable. Open its SD card. Copy and paste the purchased music and videos in iTunes Media to your Samsung phone or tablet.

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Solution 3: How to Copy Contacts from iPad to Samsung with Google/iCloud

On your Samsung phone or tablet, tap Setting. Scroll down the screen to find Account & sync. Find and sign in your Google account. Tap Sync Now to sync Google contacts with your Samsung phone or tablet.

However, not all Samsung phones or tablets have built-in Google sync. In this case, you can import the VCF to your Samsung phone or tablet with Google or iCloud. Here, I take the iCloud as an example.

Step 1. Launch www.icloud.com on the internet. Log into your account. Click Contacts to enter the contact management window.

Step 2. Select a contact group and click the icon located at the lower left corner and choose Export vCard…

Step 3. Plug in an Android USB cable to connect your Samsung phone or tablet to the computer. Open the Samsung SD card folder and drag and drop the exported iCloud vCard to it.

Step 4. On your Samsung phone or tablet, go to Contacts app and click menu. Then, choose "Import/Export" > "Import from USB storage". The vCard file will be automatically synced to the contact list.

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Part 4: Comparison of 3 solutions on how to transfer data from iPad to Samsung

iTunes Google/iCloud dr.fone - Switch
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Advantages
  • Cost-free
  • Free
  • Only take several minutes;
  • Music, video, photos and contacts can be transferred simultaneously;
  • Disadvantages
  • Time-consuming
  • Non-purchased music and video can't be transferred.
  • Some music and video cannot be played after the transfer
  • Need Google account
  • Not free
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